- Saturday, September 22, 2012
- Junior Ryder Cup teams ready for action
The eighth Junior Ryder Cup match begins on Monday and Roger Warren and Stuart Wilson, Captains of the United States and Europe respectively, are ready to get the best out of their players over the next few days.
- Ryder Cup road leads Garcia back to memory-filled Medinah
After emerging from a period of reflection, the ever-popular Sergio Garcia has looked back to his best in the last year, a renaissance that has seen ‘El Niño’ claim a place in Team Europe and a return to the venue that helped launch his star 13 summers ago.
- Lawrie looks to show his mettle at Medinah
Thirteen years on from making his Ryder Cup debut in 1999, Paul Lawrie will make his second appearance in golf’s greatest team event at Medinah Country Club this week.
- Friday, September 21, 2012
- Relaxed Rose ready for Ryder Cup return
Four years after his first and only previous appearance at The Ryder Cup, red-hot Justin Rose is relaxed and ready to take up arms once more when he heads to Medinah Country Club to face the Americans next week.
- The Ryder Cup’s 13th Man
For a professional golfer, serenity equals normality on the course. Silence augments concentration, often punctuated only by the warm applause that greets a well-executed shot.
- Potential European Pairings
The Ryder Cup has thrown together some remarkable pairings over the years, from Ballesteros and Olazabal to Faldo and Woosnam, Clarke and Westwood. But who will Captain Olazabal pair together at Medinah?
- Poulter revelling in Ryder Cup call-up
Ian Poulter was elated to be named as one of José María Olazábal’s Captain’s Picks for next week’s Ryder Cup contest at Medinah and is revelling in a fourth opportunity to exhibit his renowned passion on golf’s biggest stage.
- Thursday, September 20, 2012
- From tee to green: where Europe’s strengths lie
As the build-up to The 2012 Ryder Cup at Medinah continues, we explore where Team Europe’s strengths lie with the help of Genworth Statistics...
- Kaymer ready to play it cool in Chicago
Expectations can often weigh heavy in The Ryder Cup but after a two year journey since his Ryder Cup debut that peaked with him reaching the World Number One spot, Martin Kaymer believes he is now better equipped to handle the global spotlight second time round.
- Wednesday, September 19, 2012
- Francesco happy to go it alone
There will only be one Molinari at Medinah but Francesco insists the unique bond will still be there with his band of European brothers